OPEN SKIES: Bush revived Eisenhower Era proposal to allow unarmed surveillance flights over Soviet Union, United States and Europe to complement satellite monitoring of military activities.
EMIGRATION AND TRADE: If Soviets ease emigration restrictions, Bush would ask Congress to waive Jackson-Vanik Amendment and give the Soviet Union most-favored-nation trading status.
NEW ARMS CONTROL TALKS: President applauded planned resumption in June of talks on reduction of strategic forces; he supported NATO efforts to cut Soviet conventional weapons threat in Europe.
POWER BALANCE: Despite recent Soviet pledges of unilateral troop and conventional arms reductions, Bush said Kremlin must go further in reducing its big numerical advantage in conventional forces.
BEYOND CONTAINMENT: Bush said the West could move beyond post-World War II notion of containing Soviet expansion and "seek the integration of the Soviet Union into the community of nations."
IRON CURTAIN: He urged the Soviets to "tear down the Iron Curtain" as proof they are committed to open relations.
GLOBAL CONCERNS: He urged Soviet Union to join fight against international problems, including drug trafficking and environmental concerns.
PERESTROIKA: Bush hailed Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev's reforms, including increased toleration of dissent, freer elections and widening press freedom, but he said these trends must continue.